Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport
Joe Biden has issued a directive to the media in response to the impeachment inquiry initiated by Speaker Kevin McCarthy and House Republicans. This directive was delivered in the form of a White House memo, which has been made public by a Politico reporter. The key message in the memo is that the White House expects the media to take a more active stance against the impeachment proceedings led by House Republicans. It emphasizes that simply treating the situation as a ‘process story’ is inadequate.
JUST IN: White House Issues Memo to U.S. Media Leaders— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
"It’s time for the media to ramp up its scrutiny of House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry based on lies."
Impeachment is grave, rare, and historic. The Constitution requires “treason, bribery, or other high
crimes and misdemeanors.”— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
But House Republicans are publicly stating they have uncovered none of these things.
"After nearly 9 months of investigating, House Republicans haven’t been able to turn up any evidence of the President doing anything wrong."
The White House’s directive suggests a strategic shift in how they want the media to cover the impeachment inquiry. It implies that the administration sees this as a critical moment and seeks to garner media support in opposing the Republican-led efforts to impeach. This development reflects the high-stakes political environment surrounding the inquiry.
The memo goes on to quote numerous Republicans stating there is no evidence to impeach.— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
Ex: Rep. Don Bacon (Nebraska) : “I think before we move on to [an] impeachment inquiry, we should … there should be a direct link to the president in some evidence. We should have some
clear evidence of a high crime or misdemeanor, not just assuming there may be one."— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
"For years, Republicans in Congress have tried to muddy the waters by attracting media coverage of their allegations, and as they choose to move forward with impeachment, it is the responsibility
of the independent press to treat their claims with the appropriate scrutiny. Covering impeachment as a process story – Republicans say X, but the White House says Y – is a disservice to the American public who relies on the independent press to hold those in power accountable."— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
generate confusion, put false premises in people’s feeds, and obscure the truth.— Heidi Przybyla 🌺 (@HeidiReports) September 13, 2023
House Republican leaders should be held accountable for the fact that they are lurching toward impeachment over allegations that are not only unfounded but, in virtually all cases, have been
In light of the impeachment inquiry launched by House Republicans, President Joe Biden has issued a significant directive to the media through a White House memo. This directive emphasizes the need for the media to go beyond mere procedural reporting and actively oppose the impeachment efforts. It underscores the White House’s determination to shape the narrative surrounding this issue and secure media support for its position.